5 useful social media platforms for health and fitness professionals
With the increasing importance of social media and online customer satisfaction, creating a positive profile of your service as a health and fitness instructor is useful. Quality social media posts can boost your reputation and help your business grow.
Attracting new customers can cost up to six times more than marketing to existing customers, and since social media is free to use it's a great way to increase your client base as well as nurture relationships with existing trainees.
Around the world in 5 massages: Iconic massages from different countries
One of the most soothing and relaxing parts of travelling on holiday is booking a massage. Months of hard work tighten up the muscles and often a quality massage is the only way to ease the stress.
If you're planning a trip, short-list these massages, depending on your destination.
Japan: Shiatsu massage
Combining expert use of localised finger pressure with acupuncture, this rhythmic massage motion is designed to improve the body's energy flow and balance.… Read The Rest
Does sound have medicinal properties?
A relatively new phenomena, music therapy – the notion that music, amongst other sounds, can aid traditional healthcare methods – is under the microscope. Can sound really be used to treat pain and reduce stress, or ease the suffering of those with Parkinson's disease or depression?… Read The Rest